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ARFH JOINS TB PARTNERS IN NIGERIA TO COMMEMORATE WORLD TUBERCULOSIS DAY 2017 (#WTBD2017)

The Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) participated actively to commemorate World Tuberculosis Day, which is held on 24th March every year worldwide to raise awareness about Tuberculosis. The theme of the 2017 World TB Day Commemoration is: “Unite…

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Advert for the Recruitment of Zonal Consultants for the National Tuberculosis Epi-analysis

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE ADVERT (PDF VERSION) FEDERAL MINISTRY OF HEALTH NATIONAL TUBERCULOSIS AND LEPROSY CONTROL PROGRAMME EPIDEMIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF TUBERCULOSIS BURDEN AT NATIONAL AND SUB NATIONAL LEVEL (EPI – ANALYSIS SURVEY) TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR ZONAL CONSULTANTS MARCH,…

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Vacancy Announcement – Laboratory Supply Chain Officer

Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) is one of the leading Nigerian Non-Governmental Organizations implementing programs for improving Sexual and Reproductive Health, Care and Treatment of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis (TB) and Malaria etc. We offer professionals opportunities for career advancement,…

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ARFH SUCCESS STORY (+ VIDEO): “I Was Treated for Tuberculosis Free of Charge in Nigeria” – Barnabas Ejeh

Jogging to the gym near his Jabi Abuja residence, Barnabas Ejeh encountered a small crowd listening to a few young people giving a talk at the junction near his street. As he slowed down to observe the scene and find…

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Minister for Health hands over New Vehicles donated by ARFH to state governments

Nigeria’s Minister for Health, Professor Isaac Adewole, handed over four Toyota Hilux pickup trucks donated by the Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) to state governments on June 30, 2016, in Abuja. The brand new pickup trucks procured from…

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R-L: Mrs. Kehinde Osinowo, Director of Programs, ARFH; Prof. O. A Ladipo (OON). President & CEO, ARFH ; Dr. Ayodele Awe, NPO, World Health Organisation at the Global Fund TB Grant PRs/SRs Review Meeting

Stakeholders in Tuberculosis Control Urge The President-Elect To Make Tuberculosis Control A Priority

FEATURE IMAGE, R-L: Mrs. Kehinde Osinowo, Director of Programs, ARFH; Prof. O. A Ladipo (OON). President & CEO, ARFH ; Dr. Ayodele Awe, NPO, World Health Organisation at the Global Fund TB Grant PRs/SRs Review Meeting   Stakeholders working to…

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Group Photograph of Participants are the Advocacy Visit to the Esu of Bwari, HRH Ibrahim Yaro

ARFH Collaborates With National TB and Leprosy Control Programme (NTBLCP) To Commemorate 2015 World TB Day

As part of efforts to draw global attention to the health problem, March 24th is celebrated every year as the World Tuberculosis Day and the day is designed to build public awareness about tuberculosis and efforts to eliminate the disease.…

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Global Fund TB

25th January 2015 Ongoing Projects, Projects

Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH), an indigenous, non-profit and non-governmental organization is one of the two principal recipients of the Global Fund against Tuberculosis in Nigeria. ARFH works in collaboration with the National TB and Leprosy Control Program…

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The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria; Visits ARFH

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria; Visits ARFH

The Management and staff of ARFH welcome The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria to ARFH Abuja Office and wish them successful oversight visit to Nigeria. ARFH as a Principal Recipient (Global Fund HIV&AIDS and TB Round 9),…

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Trained Community volunteers speaking to Market women in Awka, Anambra state. Photo Credit: REMI KUSIMO

Active TB Case Findings Through Community Engagement in Nigeria

Tuberculosis continues to remain a major public health problem in Nigeria. The TB burden is compounded by high prevalence of HIV in the country which stands at about 3.4 % in the general population 2012 National HIV/AIDS and Reproductive Health…

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